Are meals included in the registration fee?

All meals are included for resident campers. Commuting campers receive lunch (if there are evening sessions in camp, then dinner is also included). Basketball and tennis day campers must provide their own bag lunch. CUBS Camp, Coed Soccer Day Camp, Soccer Academy & Rock Climbing Day Camp include daily lunch in a Cornell dining hall.

Where do campers eat?

Residents campers eat meals in one of the two all-you-can-eat dining halls on North Campus. Some camps will have lunch on-site due to the training schedule (e.g. sailing, volleyball).

What about children with food allergies?

All items in Cornell dining halls are clearly labeled with ingredients and potential allergens. Be sure to list all allergies when registering online. Go to Cornell Dining for more information.

Do commuting campers need to bring a bag lunch?

Lunch is provided to commuting campers for most camps. Basketball and tennis day campers must bring a bag lunch. Lunch is included with the CUBS Camp, Coed Soccer Day Camp, Soccer Academy and Rock Climbing Day Camp.

Are there snack options available throughout the day?

Robert Purcell Community Center has a convenient store, Bear Necessities, on the ground floor. This offers a variety of options, from drinks to sandwiches to pizza for those campers who are hungry after evening practices or during free time.


  • camps@cornell.edu
  • Phone: 607-255-1200
  • Fax: 607-255-2213
  • 103 Bartels Hall
  • 554 Campus Rd
  • Ithaca, NY 14853

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